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White Indo-European of 509 BC Coup Uses Many Aliases on A.D. Power Kill Theft.

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Understand white people are of a Genesis 19 chapter Sodomy culture, not of civilization as the Hybrid Black People that never hunt people to steal and kill them, but white half humans make means of living off criminality just name it. 

The Puritans viewed themselves as God’s special people, replacing national Israel. Nowhere do the dangers of this assumption become more clear than in the Puritans’ treatment of the native Americans. Since the Puritans considered themselves God’s chosen people, they concluded that they had the right to take the land from the heathen Indians. The American Indians were the “new Canaanites” in America’s “Promised Land.” The fruit of Puritan theology was brutal. They saw their mission as convert these “Canaanites” to Christianity; failing that, it was acceptable to slaughter them in the name of Christ.

Some teach that one cannot know the motives of the Puritans nor judge their hearts. But the Puritan’s own words and actions are devastating to their claims of practicing Biblical Christianity. This we can judge (John 7:24). The Bible is clear that one’s actions are an indication of heart condition. It is difficult to imagine what could be going on in the hearts of a professing Christian people that would drive them to murder other human being, and then claim that God directed them to do it!  The actions of the Puritans toward the Indians are an excellent indication of how reconstructionist eschatology will lead one into ungodly behavior — one’s eschatology will always affect one’s worldview. The Puritans misguided view of God’s calling for them led them into a worldview — i.e., to be sojourners and peacemakers.

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